Hoa Nguyen

Using my background in applied mathematics, I teach in non-traditional ways to make Mathematics accessible and applicable to real-life situations. My research expertise is computational Fuid dynamics (CFD) with specialization in Fuid-structure interactions at low Reynolds number. Much of my work centers on building sophisticated models and simulations of micro-organisms living in Fuids. I have mentored many undergraduate students from different STEM majors while successfully securing internal and external grant funding for both teaching and research. I have also devoted my time and energy to important service activities for my department, Trinity University, the wider mathematics community, and the National Science Foundation (NSF). To learn more about what I do at Trinity, visit my page. In addition, an article describing one of my recent NSF grants can be found here.